Jemal hopes to start construction on the addition as soon as possible, with a goal of completing it and starting to rent apartments by Oct. 30.
When Frank Chinnici proposed his University Place @ LaSalle student housing project more than eight years ago, the developer planned to put up…
The evangelical religious organization is planning an assortment of both exterior and interior improvements to its existing stone-and-frame building on Kensington Avenue.
The Buffalo firm plans to redevelop the former St. Valentine's Roman Catholic Church and a neighboring commercial building.
Ellicott Development Co. wants to renovate the former St. Valentine's Roman Catholic Church into the home of the Buffalo Creek Academy Charter School.
Pinto has not signed on any tenant, but designed the project for maximum flexibility.
Some city residents just got a lesson in municipal governance – though perhaps not one they liked.
Either way the project at 880 Elmwood Ave. is the same on the inside – nine apartments in a three-story building on two lots, with parking in the rear.
The Buffalo Planning Board has approved a pair of residential apartment buildings on one corner of the Pilgrim Village community.
The West Side housing advocacy group has earned the backing of most of the neighborhood and its Common Councilmember.
The goal is not only to meet a need for more affordable housing in the area, but to help those dealing with substance abuse to gain confidence and skills for independent living.
Developer SAA-EVI is proposing to replace part of the 40-year-old low-rise neighborhood with two affordable housing buildings.
Just two years after opening its Black Rock location, Thin Man Brewery is ready to expand, adding space to accommodate additional tanks and other production equipment.
The $50 million project by a London-based movie development company can now advance toward the start of construction.
PUSH Buffalo, the West Side housing and community advocacy group, is constructing four new multi-unit apartment houses in its home neighborhood. The group – whose acronym stands for People United for Sustainable Housing – is proposing to erect 24 more apartments in three projects on Congress Street, Rhode Island Street and West Avenue, according to documents submitted to the
The Buffalo Planning Board on Monday evening approved a pair of self-storage development projects on Tonawanda Street, clearing the way for reuse of a long and narrow strip of vacant land and a three-story former manufacturing building. Developers Jack Ruh and Wayne Bacon plan to first remediate the two properties at 31 and 150 Tonawanda under the Brownfield Cleanup
Self-storage is all the rage on Tonawanda Street. After obtaining needed zoning variances last year, a pair of developers are seeking city Planning Board approval on Monday for two self-storage facilities on industrial land in the Black Rock neighborhood – with more than 112 ground-level garages in the first and a mix of garages, a single apartment and two
Plans call for the three-story attached townhouses to face an internal yard within the narrow lot, and each of the seven townhouses will have an attached one-car
The former owner of Carubba Collision now intends to live in the first-floor unit, and wanted to expand it 20 feet to the rear for a larger kitchen and master-bedroom
The former owner of Carubba Collision will have his second run-in with the Buffalo Planning Board on Monday – two weeks after emerging from the first with a slight dent, and no success. Joseph Carubba, who had acquired a vacant lot at 295 Linwood Ave., had sought approval to proceed with the prior owner’s redevelopment plan for the site,
Jake Schneider’s plan to convert the former Community Music School building into the 22-unit Musical Suites apartment project won city Planning Board approval Monday night, after demonstrating that he had done everything possible to work with neighbors whose century-old carriage house is close to the property line on their parcel. Schneider plans to convert the existing three-story historic building
No sooner did Gerald Buchheit file his revised plans for his ambitious apartment tower on the Outer Harbor than project opponents responded with renewed
The Buffalo Planning Board approved a proposal by Elmwood Village Charter School to put a two-story addition onto its building at 40 Days Park, adding three classrooms for music and dance on the second floor while gaining more administrative and support space on the ground level. The proposed addition would be elevated and cantilevered over a parking lot, serving
Back to the drawing board – again – for Sinatra & Company Real Estate and Ellicott Development Co. For the second straight month, the duo behind the Elmwood Crossing redevelopment in Buffalo brought one of the smaller components of the overall project to the city Planning Board, only to run headlong into neighborhood opposition over a design that critics
The Buffalo Planning Board tabled Jake Schneider’s proposal to convert the Community Music School building into apartments after neighbors complained about aspects of the project including the use of metal